Ford Motor Company, the world's second largest vehicle manufacturer, has announced that it is 20% ahead of schedule in its cost-cutting exercise. This is a significant step in the rehabilitation of the car manufacturer that posted significant losses last year. Ford has been dogged by problems over the last few years. Negative publicity due to the Ford Explorer/Firestone tyres issue, boardroom changes and falling new car sales have all had a significant impact on the company.
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